Frieling USA Hires Harris as EVP, Sales

Mark HarrisMark Harris

FORT MILL, S.C.-Frieling USA has expanded its management team, appointing Mark Harris as executive vice president, sales, a new position, and promoting Yung Lindenbeck to vice president, sales and marketing.

Harris will direct the growth of the company's expanding gourmet kitchenware and tabletop lines. He has 25 years of sales, marketing, key account and project management experience, including 10 years in consumer retail brand management. Prior to joining Frieling, he was president of Swiss Gourmet USA. He has also served as vice president of WMF Americas and president of Berndes Cookware.

"We are very impressed with Mark's solid sales and marketing expertise, and are excited that he is now applying his experience and vision to Frieling," said Monika Schnacke, CEO.

Lindenbeck served as Frieling's sales and marketing manager for 10 years before being named to the vice president position.

Andrea LilloAndrea Lillo | Fashion Editor

Andrea Lillo has written about a variety of topics, from beer gardens in Queens to kitchen design trends to residential caves. Having joined Home Furnishings News in 2006, she serves as Fashion Editor.


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